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hamncheez edspratt's article
May 26, 2022 at 13:02
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Final Results from the Fort William DH World Cup 2022
@ryanandrewrogers: Then why has a gearbox never been successfully raced? Plenty of people race without a drivetrain sponsor.
hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 11:40
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Everything You Need to Know About RockShox's Redesigned 2023 Forks & Shocks
@TheSlayer99: I agree. I also don't think its worth swapping out a new, well-functioning shock for something else unless you really, really don't get along with it. I'd put some effort into tuning your X2, and if high speed compression can't solve your problem, I'd consider adding one more volume spacer, even if its against what Norco "recommends"
hamncheez mikekazimer's article
May 26, 2022 at 10:34
10 hours
hamncheez mikekazimer's article
May 26, 2022 at 10:33
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hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 10:18
11 hours
Everything You Need to Know About RockShox's Redesigned 2023 Forks & Shocks
@chakaping: agree, I prefer the performance of the Cane Creek
hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 9:34
11 hours
Everything You Need to Know About RockShox's Redesigned 2023 Forks & Shocks
@PaulWolf: My advice is to click in (out?) the high speed compression a dramatic amount, like 5 clicks, so now there is too much compression. Ride it that way, then on the next ride click it out, one click at a time, to open up the high speed compression again. Keep going until you feel a good level of support without making the rear end too stiff. You want it to ride high in its travel without feeling like the back end gets skittery on loose stuff or in turns. That Norco has a 2.72 compression ratio, which is too high in my opinion. That will require way high air pressures and make it harder to tune the rebound.
hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 9:29
12 hours
Opening Day Survey 2022: What People Are Riding at the Whistler Bike Park
@kuejku: Hey don't you bad mouth the golden era of Marzocchi! They had some wild tech back in the day. They could predict when you were going to brake and start diving BEFORE you actually started braking!
hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 9:17
12 hours
Everything You Need to Know About RockShox's Redesigned 2023 Forks & Shocks
Really, for rear shocks, we can all thank Specialized for needing "Redesigned chassis is 21% stronger" as the shock is now a structural member of the frame, rather than protected and isolated.
hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 9:08
12 hours
Everything You Need to Know About RockShox's Redesigned 2023 Forks & Shocks
@PaulWolf: What bike? Which X2, the original or the new one? The X2 is designed to ride as coil like as possible, and needs some progression, or at least all the volume spacers stuffed in there. They are also a nightmare to tune, but once you do have it dialed in it should ride pretty freaking good.
hamncheez mattbeer's article
May 26, 2022 at 8:52
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